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Unit 4

Uses of Energy

Energy an object has due to its motion, position, or condition. Mechanical Energy
Energy carried by an electrical current ( a steady flow of electrons or electrical charges). Electrical Energy
Travels in waves; travels in straight lines through empty space until it comes in contact with something. Light Energy
Produced by the movement of atoms and molecules; the warmer the object, the faster the movement. Thermal Energy
Caused by vibrations or the rapid back and forth movements of molecules in solids, liquids, and gases. Sound Energy
Energy is neither created nor destroyed, only transformed from one type of energy to another The Law of Conservation of Energy
To try to understand something by examining it carefully Explore
The rapid movement of particles in a solid, liquid, or gas Vibration
To change into something else Transform
Needed to do work Energy
Created by: merrittscience